The band’s many members all known by unusual names such as Oderus Urungus and Sleazy P. Their shows include mini-plays that include parodies of everyone from George W.
Your many votes cast the infamous Black Sabbath singer and sinister solo artist fourth on the list as much for classic metal creepouts like "Iron Man" and "Bark At The Moon" as the crazy stories that have become Ozzy lore.
When you step up to the plate in the bottom of the ninth with the game on the line, these fierce ditties are sure to strike mortal fear (or at least serious confusion) into the heart of the opposing pitcher.
What rap song do you see as truly the most gangster? Personally, I know it’s not the most popular, but Poppin' Them Thangs by G-Unit is number one for me.
Their album Vorkuta has been described as sounding like Hell, since the band uses the crying and screaming of children and the yells of patients at mental institutions to create their music.
Probably the less we know about this band, the better. Eminem Probably the first words you ever heard Eminemrap were “Hi kids, do you like violence?